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Letter: Holland Has Passion To Empower Children, Community


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To the Editor:

We have had the opportunity to work alongside Cynthia Holland as a Girl Scout leader over the past two years. Cynthia was the first parent to excitedly volunteer to help us found the Daisy troop for our incoming kindergarteners. She has employed her great organizational skills to ensure that our troop was set up with a bank account and uniforms as well as leading the parent information session.

As a troop leader and working mother, it is clear that Cynthia knows how to prioritize and delegate in order to accomplish feats across multiple disciplines. Her passion for sustainable action is apparent as we navigated a year of Girl Scout activities during a pandemic. Her commitment to the troop during this time has helped us to provide a sense of normalcy and routine for first grade girls that was much needed at this time.

Cynthia has a passion to empower our children and our community which makes her an excellent choice to be a leader in our community.

Colleen Fay and Carolyn Chakmakjian

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